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In photos: India refuses to stay quiet in the face of repression
Students, professionals, and film stars speak out.
Over 4,000 hours of internet shutdowns cost India more than $1.3 billion in 2019
Only Iraq and Sudan clocked higher losses.
A Thai company plans to take on cash-and-carry giants in the Indian market
LOTS Wholesale plans to open 12 distribution centres in three years.
Year-end train ticket sales drop sharply in India amid nation-wide protests
Many countries have also issued travel advisories.
What Indian parents can learn from Hong Kong’s “silver haired” protesters
Will desi parents ever back the students standing up to power?
Indian Twitter is offering tips to evade clampdown as the police face off with protesters
Evasive tactics galore.
Italian folk songs to “azaadi” chants: Angry Indian students get innovative with protests
"Dear cops, let's have a chat!"
In photos: The world’s largest democracy is in upheaval
Delhi was not alone.
Poorly nourished pregnant women are also badly overworked in rural India
Art kills around 100,000 mongooses in India every year
Fifty animals are killed for every kilogram of mongoose hair used in brushes.
The night of 1949 when a Ram idol suddenly appeared inside Babri Masjid and changed history
It was a minutely planned operation.
VHP, Modi, Narasimha Rao’s roles in Ayodhya land title case
For some, the movement was a political plank.
India’s top court paves the way for a temple to be built at the disputed site in Ayodhya
A decision after 70 years.
LK Advani: Hindu nationalism’s original poster boy who could not reap what he sowed
Temple run, failed yet won.
Ram: The gentle, tragic prince who became the face of aggressive Hindu nationalism
The Ayodhya scion's reincarnation as a political icon is a modern phenomenon.
The Ayodhya dispute has cast a shadow on the future of these Indian mosques
These structures, though, have legal protection.
A timeline of a land dispute that has ripped India’s heart apart over seven decades
A festering wound.
Some Indian states have more than twice as many prisoners than they can house
Mounting pressure on discipline and resources.
“Sorry Delhi” photos on Twitter taunt choking residents of India’s capital
Insult and injury.
Two behemoths and a startup are India’s top three IT patent filers
Patenting is gaining traction.